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How to deal with such question :

"The project manager has just determined communication requirements. What should be done NEXT ? "

a. Risk management Plan
b. WBS
c. Risk identification
d. Stakeholder Register

the answer is C


Is there in the PM Book a clear diagram representing what comes first and next, and so on ?
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In the PMBok is a table called "Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping". This table helps to understand the general logic. There are also others so-called "ITTO-Maps" available in the internet, but I recommend you to stick to abovementioned table and practise, practise, practise with questions. Memorization of certain charts do not really help you and can be also misleading, from my point of view.
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You may refer to the Rita Mulcahy's Process Chart to understand what comes before and after any activity, especially since the activities in Planning process group has a set order (as given in the chart).
Sample link: http://www.rmcproject-exampreppm.com/sampl...comm/chart.html

Hope this helps.
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Rita's book is a good idea and generally thinking you always are identifying new risks to make the project successful. ITTO's should make sense before you are memorizing, the flow should totally make sense in terms of what comes next.
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All choices given should be done interactively and iteratively throughout the project duration. The best answer is C not because there are unchangeable sequences of processes but because communication requirements might initiate to plan a certain type of action for the risk associated with. Therefore the next step might be the risk identification.
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I agree with Sungjoon. As you do your planning, you need to constantly go back to see if your are introducing rirsks.

For example, if one of your communication requirement is to have reports available on a FTP server within 24 hours, then you need to evaluate the risks associated withtthat FTP server's availability.
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Hello,

what is the source/reference for this question?
You should always rely just on serious and professional sources for sample questions (either free or paid).
There are lot of bad material out there (mostly free, sometimes even paid).

Regards,

Markus
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1 reply by Stéphane Savioz
Sep 11, 2017 3:20 AM
Stéphane Savioz
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thanks Markus but you missed the point.

my question was "Is there something that shows the clear sequence of what process comes frist and next and so on"
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Sep 11, 2017 3:05 AM
Replying to Markus Klein, PMP
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Hello,

what is the source/reference for this question?
You should always rely just on serious and professional sources for sample questions (either free or paid).
There are lot of bad material out there (mostly free, sometimes even paid).

Regards,

Markus
thanks Markus but you missed the point.

my question was "Is there something that shows the clear sequence of what process comes frist and next and so on"
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1 reply by Markus Klein, PMP
Sep 11, 2017 3:39 AM
Markus Klein, PMP
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Hi,

Thanks for the response. I got your point but have nothing to add to this topic cause of my colleague's postings.

But I found the question not very well and therefore wanted to make aware of this often underestimated the problem.

btw: What is the source of the question?

Regards,

Markus
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Sep 11, 2017 3:20 AM
Replying to Stéphane Savioz
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thanks Markus but you missed the point.

my question was "Is there something that shows the clear sequence of what process comes frist and next and so on"
Hi,

Thanks for the response. I got your point but have nothing to add to this topic cause of my colleague's postings.

But I found the question not very well and therefore wanted to make aware of this often underestimated the problem.

btw: What is the source of the question?

Regards,

Markus
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The source of the question is "PMP Practice test 2017 Edition - CoCo E-Learning"

Do you any advices for good free materiel to use to preapre for the exam ?
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The source of the question is "PMP Practice test 2017 Edition - CoCo E-Learning"

Do you any advices for good free materiel to use to preapre for the exam ?
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